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>> i'm january car bay o katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> do you guys want trick or treats? what would you pick? >> always treat. >> course, i would want the tricks. i want -- show me something. >> of course. wild side of you. >> out on the roadways, actually looking really good. >> give me a hundred thousand dollars bar and i'll be happy with some sunshine. >> i thought were you going to say a hundred thousand dollars. like okay, who gives that away? >> okay, guys, looking ahead to pretty nice day overall. blustery day in the wake of the colds front that came through yesterday, brought in the rain, but we've soon some extremes this month of october. one of those transition months trying to go between, you know, the warmth of the summer try to get through the cold air of the winter. at the moment we've seen temperatures anywhere from mid 80s all the way into the upper 30's, yesterday, morning, when we actually bottomed out to 38 degrees. we hit our highest temperature of the month, so only nine
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days earlier than that. so has been bumpy ride so far when it comes to the temperature readings in our city but storm scan quiet at this point. cold front did its job though to knock the temperatures back. so we're currently standing into the low 50's, in some spots, still, kind of mild start to the day granted but the colds air starting to take over and catch up. and we only warm up then as a result, probably, another couple of degrees here at best 57 for our daytime high. >> huge warm up, talking huge warm up, coming our way, jim would say huge warm up. this weekend, and in its wake we ends up with some cooler weather for halloween. society ups and downs continue, pleasant forecast overall. >> it certainly is. i can't wait for it. thanks, katie. and almost there, you guys, it is friday. it is our last work day for the majority of us, to enjoy that weekend, so get outside, joan that i sunshine, do so.
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outside right now still dark outside. vine, taillights westbound direction, toward the schuylkill, and you can see what you are working, with you guys crack in the 6:00 hour, i have to tell you these open roadways are looking mighty fine. it is making me very happy for you. the boulevard, tail light moving in the southbound direction, at fox street. what you are looking at here, moving in both the southbound, northbound sigh, it is looking a lot lick. >> this just can't complain about that. however, construction, so take a look at this. new temporary off ramp you guys there is started yesterday. route 422 westbound the ramp to arm and hammer boulevard, now, this is going to be in place for the next six weeks. some of you reminding you of this off and all, also tweeting this information out for you, as women, plus we have some construction out here route 322, black horse pike, blocked each direction until about right now, i'll confirm when that opens up, jan, jim, back to you. >> thank you, meisha. following development in a police involved shooting in philadelphia's juniata section. >> a man was threatening to harm himself with a knife when police say they were forced to
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open fire. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch picks up the story now live from police headquarters, good morning, justin. >> jan, jim, good morning, that man shot is recovering from wounds to his torso, meantime, internal affairs and east detective are looking into this shooting, and the circumstances. let's take you now to the event happening overnight. we now know police got to a call to juniata home close to 10:30 last night. two officers from the 24th district pulled up to that house on the 3800 block of elsenor, inside man in his 50's reported suicide at, possibly intoxicated, those two officers went in and saw him sitting in the kitchen with a large knife. police say he was asked to drop it, but refused. he then repeatedly expressed the knife into his chest, we are told, and that's when officials say one officers fired a taser. it did little police say because he ripped up that taser, and its prongs. then, the officers began to retreat, that officer then re loaded and refired that taser,
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and soon that armed man, and those officers, came face-to-face. at some point in time, large knife, makes his way toward the officers, at that point the officers discharged weapon, striking the male, in the torso area of the body. >> now, no word yet on how many times that man was shot, again, we do know he's recovering at temple hospital. he's in stable condition. he's not yet been identified. jan, jim, back into you. >> justin, thank you. >> meanwhile in other news this morning, rattled nerves but no injuries after the plane caring vice presidential candidate, mike pence, slides right off the runway at new york's leg guards ya airport. nstb now investigating. >> pence will be back on the trail today with plans to be in bensalem later this afternoon. >> become silva brag a at leguardia with more on this close call, good morning, brooke. >> good morning, jim, jan. bulldoze remembers work to go
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restore the ground that was torn up when the plane sped past the runwayment it was towed away from here about an hour and a half ago. now as you say investigators from the ntsb and faa are working to figure out why it happened. this morning, the boeing 737 that carried republican vice presidential nominee, mike pence, was moved back on to the leguardia airport runway it skidded off last night. not far from a major new york city highway. >> it was relatively close to the grand central it, would have been hundreds of feet away if i had to guess. >> we have, getting help for you. >> port authority officials say the aircraft over shot the runway after a hard landing in heavy rain. >> i look up. i saw this trump pence plane making a noise screaching and it came to a stop right here. >> allen key has been following governor pence on the campaign trail for cbs news, and was on the plane at the time. >> we hit the grounds with a big thump followed by a series of bumps then you could smell rubber in the cabin.
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>> everyone on board including governor pence, his family, more than 30 others, were unharmed, authorities say, a rest beds at the end of the runway slowed the plane down, may have saved lives. >> approximately 80 arrest err beds were destroyed, they serve their purpose tonight. >> republican nominee donald trump called his runningmate from the battlegrounds state of ohio. >> i just spoke to our future vice president. and he's okay. >> democratic nominee, hillary clinton, tweeted: glad to hear mike pence, his staff, secret service and the crew are all safe. governor pence also took to social media to thank first responders. >> pence canceled a fundraising appearance here in new york last night, but is expected to keep his schedule today, which includes that campaign event in bensalem. you mentioned as well as one in north carolina we'll hear from him on the incident for the first time about an hour when he joins the crew from cbs this morning. jim, jan? >> thanks for that update, brooke. >> now, fortunately, there are no injuries.
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but a frightening time for passengers on plane out of philadelphia last night. this is file video of the charlotte-douse lag international airport in north carolina where last night southwest flight 3077 was diverted. after the crew detect add electrical odor or board there. was no visible fire or smoke. the plane landed safely, and experts are now examining the plane. >> well, police are searching for the suspect in a brazen smash and grab robbery inside local mall. customers thought they heard gunshots yesterday in the macy's on cottman avenue and the boulevard, but really hammer shattering the glass from display case. this, as three men stole 14 watches, valued at $16,000, and this all happened in broad daylight. but they mistakenly left something behind. >> while running out of the building one of the person trait ers drops an empty bag. which was recovered by police. these three perpetrators then end area silver mercedes, possibly a 350. >> now, police have linked
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that car and license plate to two additional robberies. now, one of those happened earlier tuesday morning. this is surveillance video as the men backed an s.u.v. into boyds in center city. the men made off with thousands of dollars in high end clothing, and now the license plates from the boyds and macy's robbery differ by one digit. leading police to believe the witness at boyds theft misread that plate. police also believe the same car could have been used in a third robbery, that one, outside of the city. >> new this morning, a warning about a new scam hitting our area. con artists looking for cash, looking to cash in on cheating spouses. it is in the form of a personally addressed letter saying they have evidence that you cheated on your wife. and if you don't pay up, they'll tell your spouse. our executive producer received this letter, and we did some digging and found out the scam looks to be widespread. now the letter reads in part: let's cut to the chase. i know you cheated on your wife, more importantly, i have evidence of the infidelity.
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i'll give two options. either ignore the letter or pay me $2,000. lower merion police tell people not to spends any money, tune shred the letter and throw it away. >> our producer got one of the letters. he's fateful father of five. he doesn't have time to cheat. >> shedding light on this. >> exactliment halloween decorations pose choking hazards, that's coming up in this week's recall rounds up. >> also ahead, sixers players weighing in on the national anthem controversy that errupted after their game wednesday night. find out what they're saying about the last minute singer replacement. and a woman's claim that baby powder caused her cancer leads to massive settlement. we'll tell you how much a jury has ordered johnson & johnson to pay, when we come back. stay with us. >> ♪ >> ♪
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new developments around a national anthem controversy, at wednesday night 76ers game. >> "eyewitness news" has learned, the players held team meeting on thursday, may takings in the wake of the organization's decision, to cancel the national anthem performance, by a singer wearing a we matter jersey. r&b artist seventh streeter was supposed to sing the anthem, but was pulled at the very last minute, she says, for wearing that jersey. entertainment attorney, simon rosen, believes the shirt has been misinterpreted. >> that type of shirt can be a met a for for the sixers hierarchy and the people in philadelphia. >> now, in seven's place the
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sixers dance team member sang the anthem. there she is right there. sources tell cbs-3 streeter signed a contract saying she would not make any political statements at the game. >> well, even outer space is getting into the halloween spirit. >> and it is more than just a spooky full moon. take a look at this. it looks like a ghost in space. but experts tell us, it is a crab february uvula, mass nasa said they added the ghoulish green, it was black and white when caught on the hubble telescope back in 2012. >> oh,. >> very cool. that is cool. it is very plasmic. >> i'm like you know, what is that roar err shower, what do you see? i see nothing. i'm looking. >> that's a bunch of ink on paper. sort every interplanetary to show you as well, guys, we look from the spring garden camera shot here, i'm actually going to step out of the way so you can see better angle of it. see the speckle on the right side of your screen, obviously the moon cool too.
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really bright, very vibrant, jim can't miss this one. but beautiful view for you, the moment you still have close to an hour to actually observe and enjoy since the sun does come up later and later this time of year. wanted to show you that to you, cool extra for your morning cup of key. next to storm scan, show you what's going on with the latest storm system at this point not much for us. we are seeing it retreat nicely the system itself in terms of the cold front passage that we had to go through, long gone, you can see, even little hint every lake enhancement in its wake as the winds pick up out of the northwest all fizzling, although the winds continues to be in the recall through the rest of the day, at of 9:00 a.m., gusts peaking into the 20's, very possibly into the 30's, over thereabouts as the day progresses, everyone included here and everyone has to deal with it pretty much all day. so, we continue to time stamp it out here through the overnight by tomorrow, early
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morning there is same time, really, the worse of the winds will have long since tapered. so the weekend itself looking pretty phenominal. granted we see shower late in the day sunday, see the clouds building with time, but start with sunshine, and saturday looks just awesome. seventy in the sun. nice little warm up here. back to the 60 torah hi, meisha, over to you. >> good morning, live chopper three, over an accident, and this is route ten trolley, shuttle bussing involving a car, septa vehicle, guys, west philly. two people have been transported to the hospital, so just a heads up on this, you can see it right here in your screen, 43rd street at lancaster avenue. so this is going to tie you up lit bit if nothing else. have gaper gray, a lot of people outside their vehicles walking around, you can see, crews out there, as well. so heads up on that. moving on, we have this accident, as well, actually i'll slip past us, what we just talked about. mass transit you guys, take a look at this, pennsauken
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transit center closed sunday, 9:30 to 1:30, because of that, these two lines will be affected, i'll be tweeting this information out as well, and also, septa regional rails, fox chase, you guys; shuttle bussing because every weekends maintenance, that regional rail line again is shuttle bussing, so, i'm going to be saying it all morning long, make sure to check your schedules, a lot of changes going on in mass transit, septa, all of that. this accident a.c. expressway westbound, right lane still block. we have a lot more to talk about when we come back, but first we will take a quick break, stay right where you are, cbs-3 "eyewitness news"
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a woman who says she has gotten cervical cancer due to powder, jury reached its verdicts, she said she used johnson & johnson baby powder for years, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012. she said it was from using the baby powder. the suit accused the company of neglect conduct, and making and mark that product. well, halloween decorations and two items that do you finds in your kitchen. they're all include in the this week's "3 on your side" weekends round up. take a look. >> first up choking concerns, target recalling 127,000 halloween scenes led gem complains, small battery inside can be exposed posing choking and ingestion hazards to young children. the gel clinics placed on windows and light up. there are several designs,
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green or pink skeletons, purple spider, black cat, orange pumpkin and black bat. they were sold at tarring net august and september, for 1 dollar. stop using these gel clinics, and return them to target for a full re found. >> next up: shock hazard. 175,000 right and slow cookers are being recalled. improper wiring can cause an electrical short. in one instance, a cooker turned itself on without help. and then in another case a shock injury was reported. here's what you need to know. the recall involved three square time machine, and mini time machine, rice and slow cookers, with fixed power cords. they were sold at bed, bath and beyond, best buy, cosco, kohl's, target, home depo, and on line, from december of 2015, through july of this year. unplug these cookers and contact three squares for replacement. finally, fire hazards. cabalas recalling about 3,000
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food dehydraters. defective wiring is involved with this product includes food dehydraters, and they're made every stainless steel and have model numbers 541549 and 541650 written on back panel. they were sold by cabalas in stores and on line in august, and september, of this year. stop using this product and contact cabalas for replacement or refunds. >> i'll be posting links with information on all every these recalls on cbsphilly.com. just click news and consumer or check out my facebook and twitter feeds, i'll be posting the information there, as well. always good advice, jim. halloween is only three days away now. we take a lock at the top costumes for kids this year. that's coming up. >> plus, meisha is going racing, not in a cbs-3 vehicle fortunately, she is swapping out her van for. >> this we'll show you a place where you can drive-in side in
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this week's dream drive. stay with us.
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>> welcome back, the week sends right around the corner, looking like a lot more in focus for one thing, but also very, very mild, here in philadelphia, we expect to hit the low and mid 70s, through the course of the weekend. bright sunshine, everywhere,
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no matter where your travels take you here, whether the mountains or at the shore, but we are expect to go see the temperatures hit 07 here in the city, 74 as we head into sunday, but there will be a shower late in the day. guys, back over to you. >> now, for a look at newspaper headlines, from across our region. >> on the cover of the times heralds, montgomery county resident calling 911 yesterday, may have received a busy signal. officials say, that a phone line had been cut, reducing the capacity for the emergency communication center to take calls from the land line. now, there is no estimate as to whether the problem may be fixed. if you need to call 911, use a cell phone. >> in the bucks county courier times, it is who done it, officials are trying to figure out who cut down 26 acres every trees, in bensalem. the wooded area between i95, and state road, has been reduced to piles and piles of chopped up tree trunks. and from the boyertown area times, the borough just wrapped up its 150 anniversary
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celebration, by bearing a time capsule at the community park. items placed inside include the championship baseball from the boyertown american league legion team, a cell phone, and a book filled with letters written by people from the community. be 50 years until anyone sees those items again. >> and that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", developing story, why philadelphia police were forced to shoot a man overnight. >> plus, a close call for vp candidate, mike pence, when his plane slides off the runway. what investigators say prevented this accident from becoming much worse. >> and how this dog's battle with cancer could one day help humans. it is cutting edge research being done in our area. >> that's awesome. it is weather watcher friday. katie introduces us to our special guest next.
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good morning. >> officers open fire, on a knife we will g man in philadelphia's join at section. >> the man who was shot is in stable condition. the two officers who opened fire are on administrative duty. i look up. i saw this trump pez plan screaching and making noises. >> what caused a plane caring vice presidential candidate, mike pence, to skid off runway. >> everyone on board, including governor pence, his family, more than 30 others, were unharmed.
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>> another smash and grab robbery. police are looking these crimes. >> scary here at eastern state penetentary. terror behind the wall. one of the coolest things to do around this time of year. >> i was scared last year, so we have to pay it forward! right? >> yes, hey, share the fear. >> share the fear, yes. >> the weather, right? >> indeed! nicely done, jan, yes, really looking ahead to very nice weather in the days ahead. before we get to that, i want to introduce you to one of our committed weather watchers. he drove all the way, the 90 miles, from sailorsburying, pennsylvania, yes, another rounds of applause, you only lived there for couple of years. you told me you were actually at the shore when sandy hit, flight. >> correct. living in brick township at
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the time. and we were lucky, we lived on peninsula, got some water up to the house, when we got out, there was boat sitting on my front lawn that wasn't mine. >> a boat? and funny because i heard you talking to the weather producer steve about it, oh, you have boat? no, it was somebody else's that just ended up in the yard when sandy came. crazy storm. >> it was, no power for two weeks. >> oh, unbelievable. well we are glad you're here, thank you so much for make that trip again, and he's been helping us update graphics. so guys, if you want to be like keith, and join our team, maybe become an eyewitness weather watcher and actually sit in on broadcast with us down the road here we would love for to you join our team, log on to cbsphilly.com/watchers will get you started meantime, since it is coming up believe it or not on the sandy force anniversary of landfall, we figure we would just sort of go back in time here and talk little bit of the statistical information. the landfall made at brigantine. just north off atlantic city seven doctor 30:00 p.m.,
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7:30 p.m. tomorrow making it the fourth anniversary, actually made landfall as a post tropical system. as a result of the devestation it left behind. the national hurricane center ended up modifying the warning definition. second costly he is us storm ever. it was a brutal system obviously, at the moment though, no tropical activity to talk about, just in the clear at this point. it is a chill start though. feels more like the 40's, even 20's, depending where you are, that is specific to the poconos where the winds is beginning to pick up. that's the theme of the day. it is bright, sunny, throughout the day, but windy, the gusts will peak as high as 30 miles per hour so still want to bundle up but need sunglasses today instead of the umbrella, meisha? >> all right, katie, thank you so much. and good morning, everyone, hammy friday. so looking right now, video from chopper three, and an accident in west philly involving a car and a septa vehicle, you guys, route ten trolley shuttle bus, two people have been transported to the hospital, you can see, at the bottom of the screen, 43rd street, at lancaster avenue. soap, heads up on this. seeing a lot of people out of their vehicles, you can see crews out there right now,
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just, like i said, heads up, could slow you down little bit around the area. also in mass transit, switch gears for just moment. pennsauken transit center closed 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on sunday at these two lines will be affected because of that. make sure to check your schedules on line, also this, fox chase regional rail line shuttle bussing all weekend because of maintenance, so heads up on that, as well. this accident, a.c. expressway eastbound, near 42 freeway, that right lane is still blocked, out in that area, guys, and it will slow you down little bit now. speaking of slowing down, new jersey 42 northbound, approaching 295, looking here, you can see how many headlights are out there over the past 30 minutes, starting to progress, plus, abandoned vehicle westbound schuylkill at the boulevard. starting to heat up to busy friday, jim, over to you. >> thank you so. developing story now, in philadelphia's juniata section. police officers shoot a man threatening himself with a knife. 3800 block every elsemere street shortly after 10:30 last night.
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family members same the man was suicidal, violent, and possibly drunk. according to police, the officers ordered the man to drop his knife when he refused, they shot him with a taser. that angered the man, so officers backed out of the house. >> at some point in time, the male actually exited the front door of the property. still armed with this large knife. makes his way toward the officer, at that point the officers discharged a weapon striking the male, in the torso area of the body. >> we just check, that man in stable condition. the two officers involved in the shooting had been placed on administrative duty per department policy. a close call last night at leg guards ya airport in new york sit as the plane caring republican vice presidential candidate, mike pence, slid off the runway. the plane reportedly made a rough impact upon landing, in bad weather, and passengers able to smell burning rubber after the pilot slammed on the brakes. there were no injuries reported. the ntsb is investigating the accident. pence will continue campaigning today as he makes
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his way to bensalem this afternoon. presidential candidate hillary clinton responds the rye away. she tweeted glad to hear mike pence, his staff, secret service, and the crew, are all okay and safer. donald trump also expressed relief that everyone was okay. trump who campaigned in ohio yesterday, will try to rally support today in new hampshire, maine, and iowa. clinton will hold two events in iowa after campaigning with first lady, michelle obama, in north carolina. well, in other news this morning, jurors returned to the federal courthouse in newark, new jersey, this morning. for the start of the closing arguments in the bridgegate scandal. the delay in the case stems from a legal issue, the court has not made public. now, this comes after the judge instructed jurors to base their decision on whether two governor christie aids, bill marone, and bridge ill kill i, misused state resources while lane closures, and not whether political bay back against christie opponent, which the governor has denied. a jury awards former penn
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state assistant football coach mike mcqueary $7.3 million. the jury found penn state defames mcqueary after it became public, his testimony helped prosecutors charge jerry sandusky. now, divorced, and living with his parents in state college, mcqueary testified he has been unable to find work since the sandusky scandal came to light. mcqueary and his lawyers have not commented, nor have lawyers for penn state. amtrak has agreed $265 million pay-out for victims families and survivors of last year's deadly train derailment in philadelphia. investigators say, the engineer was distracted and speeding when amtrak train 188 jumped the tracks as it enters a curve in the city's port richmond section. the settlement allows victims to get their awards in hand, by june, and instead of waiting years for lawsuits to play out. lawyers said this on thursday. the deadline to join the settlement program is november 21st. well, dogs with a aggressive form of cancer are living longer, thanks to
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cutting edge research of the university of pennsylvania school of veterinary medicine. >> it is called immuno therapy. doctors say it involves trying to educate the dogs immune system to recognize the cancer, so if the cancer returns, the body can fight it. with perhaps most fascinating about this, doctors are now looking into how this could possibly help humans one day. >> if we show that this actually works, and it is effective in preventing relapse in dogs, then it will have a very important effect downstream for humans because if we're able to prevent relapse in dogs, then our theory is we would be able to prevent relapse in humans, with the same disease. >> now, research shows environment and genes both play a role in initiating and progressing cancers, two things we share with dogs, which is why we develop similar cancers. and, it is also why doctors believe this treatment could one day help people, too. >> look at that little fellow. >> so cute. >> when go trick-or-treating this year, could you see some
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teal pumpkins in front of some homes. we will tell you what it means coming up. >> and meisha is taking us on yet another dream drive. >> it an inter-active combat experience, unlike anything you've ever done before. >> and a spooky spot to fight creatures of the night. finds out where you can try this for yourself. pat? >> reporter: hey, guys, do i have something on my face? i'm here at terror behind the balls, i'm locked in this cage and i need help. i got to get out of here. help me, help me.
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i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you.
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she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. >> welcome back, for children with food allergies, halloween can truely be a scary time, because of the candy treats given out can trigger severe reactions, but there is an
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effort to let them in on the holiday fun. halloween fun centers on teal pumpkins, which you'll see outside some homes. those pumpkins are assigned to those families that the treats at that home are safe. >> your friends can have all of these great treats, and you're -- you have allergy, so you can't eat all of that stuff. >> one in 13 kids, having food allergies, in the u.s., chances are that one every these kids lives right down your block. >> now, the group behind the pumpkins says the ultimate goal was to have a teal pumpkin on every block, in america. >> what a great idea, katie, you were saying you have one. >> yes, i actually had one. because mine got blown away in the winds again. i reallied need to learn my lesson about this. >> complain it down! >> i know. put something inside of that, to wait it down, or just tape it to the decor something, not sure. but regardless, yes, great initiative. so we will have to get out there, get another one, paint t but regardless, we take you on out to the eyewitness weather watcher, switch gears, talk a little about the
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weather where the temperatures at the moment any which from the watchers upper mid 40's, most locations, not really seeing any major outline err so slew of observations coming in from the watches this morning, look at just the lows reported. bottom out at 44 hatboro, came in from kyle, phil in philly chestnut hill section 48 agrees where he bottomed out, jason in middletown, dolores in newark, both checking in mid to upper 50s, pete nerve lawrenceville, 47, the list goes on, really the only outline err i'm finds something this one, megan in richboro at 37 degrees this morning. so for the most part, it is a consistent slew of observations from the watchers, now, when we talk about what's average, a lot of times, you don't really see average unfold in transition month, like october, but, on this particular day, of the year, took all of the observations since records began, average high ends up at 63 degrees, by november 28th, as we push to the end of the month, 51. and then december 28th, pushing to the new year, it is normally only 42 degrees.
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so, we are actually a little cooler than average, anyway this morning. but, we are eventually going to be rebounding to 57 at best here. later on today. outside to pleasant valley middle and high school here. see the clouds are still out, there but they're spinning with time, light of day popping over the horizon, nice bright sunny day in the wake of this mess. that brought all of the rain last night, but as we clear things out, the winds picks up. in the wake of the colds front. so expect somewhat of blustery finish to the week. nice warming trends, look at this, low and mid 70s saturday, sunday, there is new cold front though scheduled to cross late in the day sunday, a blip on the radar, but allow for shower. that does not knock us back to 60 at best on halloween itself. but the sun will shine, looks like nice crisp fall day, meisha. >> sure does. all right, katie, no one complaining about this forecast. but what we could be complaining about, guys, there is video every accident west philly involving a car and septa vehicle. route ten trolley shuttle bussing right now, two people, because of this accident, have been transported to the
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hospital, i back out of the way, so you can see this, see at the bottom of your screen, 43rd street, at lancaster avenue, you guys, again, in west philly. so just heads up on that. you might want to give yourself couple of extra minutes in and around this area, there are a loft people outside their vehicles, kinds of walking around, looking at the damage, anywhere around there. plus, we have this accident. that's still out there, you guys, a.c. expressway eastbound near had two freeway, right lane still blocked. and we have an abandoned vehicle might start to slow us down as well. this is westbound, schuylkill, at the boulevard, you can see it pulled all the way out to the side. because it is so dark out, there as you're whipping around, that can really pose some problems for us. heads up it is there. and on the other side, when we look in the eastbound direction, before, when the camera shot was little pushed over, we can see how busy it was, looking very busy over, there as well. so overall guys it is shaping up to be pretty busy friday morning. indeed. the vine starting to slow down little bit of the boulevard southbound, looking at that, traveling a little bit less than 55 miles per hour now. and once you jump on to the
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schuylkill, then we will be in the westbound direction, it is pretty slow there, as well. >> so over small. >> switching gears now. >> let's do, that shall we, guys? >> no pun intends, may not know this, but meisha likes anything scar. >> i should knob surprise. she found great place to experience it, if you dare. >> well, you know, to my kit, tis the season, right, guys? brand new attraction that's just a dream drive away. this one is open year around. >> i'm until the mood to have some fun, so headed out to oaks family fun sent their, get this, has 6600 square feet, just for lazer tag. this is going to be a good time. >> i went to meet my fellow soldier erin richter. >> there are a loft noise that is have peaked my interest. so where exactly are we? >> area 2200. it is an inter-active combat
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experience unlike anything you've ever done before. >> wow. i don't think i was expecting this. all right, let's go. >> common! >> go into the elevator, please. >> ah! >> inside is a horror scene lazer tag adventure. >> you guys, i'm so glad i have this gun. >> do you have make your way through multiple rooms and you never know what you'll encounter around the corner. >> oh, my. it is a good thing lauren had my back. once i was out, i proudly signed the wall. >> just one of the attractions, so far very popular, also the largest arcade on the east coast. >> your girl here used to be a
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race err. >> really? >> what kind of car? >> snowmobile. >> now it was time to roll. >> here we go. >> i even did the drive live on facebook. but do not try this on the schuylkill! (laughing). >> i always dreamed of being a nascar racer. this probably the closest i'll ever come. well, we'll see. >> it was a pretty dreamy drive. >> right, guys? we'll see, danica patrick, who is that, right? so tell me that didn't look fun. if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, go there, so much more to do, and big thank you to the wonderful host, not sure what i would have done in there without w that lazer tag without them, i have to say. i used to handle scary haunted houses, now my heart is racing
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the whole time. do you guys get like that? you've never been in one, have you? >> no. but meisha with a gun, that's very frightening. >> first thing i said, is it loaded? first thing i wanted to know. >> thanks, meisha. >> your welcome. >> three days until halloween, new most popular kids costume in town. >> yes, move over princess. make the way for superheros. in a recent national survey, says, princesses are not the most popular costumes for the first time in 11 years, instead, action outfits, superheros, take the number one spot. animals, batman characters, and star wars characters, follow, and the top pick for adult, 35 and over, which is 67% of people are expected to buy their costumes spending total of get this 1.3, 3.1, billion bucks across the nation. >> pricy there. time now 50:00. a lot of course coming up on cbs this morning. >> nora o'donnell joins us live from new york with a preview, good morning. >> and, good morning to you, jan, jim. republican advise presidential nominee mike pence here in
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studio 57. the morning after his plane skidded off the runway, we will see how he's doing. plus, vice president joe biden talks about hillary clinton's e-mail problems, with "face the nation", john dickerson. >> also, doctor john 60 minute piece on legalizing recreational march juan, a five more states get set to vote on the issue. most popular national park at the most beautiful time of the year. we will take a tour, of the smokey mountains in autumn. the news is back in the morning, see in you about ten minutes. >> looking forward to it, thank you, nor a. >> sound good. well this morning, checking out one of philadelphia's most famous halloween attractions. >> and one of our own is starting to look pretty ghoul i shall. our own pat gallen live at the eastern state penetentary this morning where terror behind the walls might include him this year. got to say, pat, you have never looked better. >> reporter: is that a compliment? not sure if that's a compliment but i'll take it anyway. i think i look pretty good this morning, here at terror behind the walls, at eastern
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state penetentary, yes, my friend lauren, this is looking fantastic. if you come here looking exactly like me, the point, because it is halloween, we want to be scared by things like this, people lie mike -- like me. hi, amy, good morning. >> good morning. >> this is really cool what they did for my face this morning. and everyone pretty much looks like this. this is the work of lauren. looks great. >> yes. custom prosthetic made by terror by the walls, you look great. >> i look great. never better as they told me. >> so we are here at lock-down. what's lockdown? >> so this year brand new attraction, lockdown, the uprising. creatures have risen up from the tunnels underneath the prison, and taken over this original 1800 cell block. they've been open, some of the bars, they are taking the heads of everyone in site. so we've called in a team of cobords to try to contain them, unfortunately, pat, their effort are failing.
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so, the question is can the visitors make it through the clutches of the creatures? will they help them? will they make it through lockdown the uprising. >> lockdown the uprising here terror behind the walls. real quick, give people some information in they want to come out? >> every night through halloween, and november 4th and 5th, eastern state.org, buy your tickets on line in advance. it is the best way, and it is all for good cause, because it a fundraiser for eastern state penetentary. >> kyle, ready? let's do it. we're going in. i'm following you. >> here we go. lockdown the uprising. scary stuff here guys. >> what's wrong? >> monsters everywhere. >> head down low. head down low. here we go. here we go. >> here we go. >> oh, man.
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(gunshots heard). >> oh, we got to go. we got to go. >> reminds me of typical day in our news room! hopefully pat combs back alive. >> i know! >> need your help! >> i'll sends jim to help you out. >> ya, we'll be right back, everyone, coming up three to go. >> it does remind me of our news room!
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>> here's three to go. >> the ntsb will investigate what caused the plane caring vice presidential candidate, mike pence, to skid off the runway. it happened at leguardia airport last night, when it was raining. he'll be in bensalem for rally today. >> now, donald trump is campaigning in new hampshire, maine, and iowa today. hillary clinton is campaigning in iowa, as well. >> tonight, is game three of the worlds series. the cleveland indians play the cubs in chicago, the series is tied, one-one,. >> that's three to go. last check on weather and traffic. >> weather looks nice. expect the winds to pick up again throughout the course of the day in the wake of pretty potent colds front passage, it is shining through, rising over the course of the next half hour, as it does, doesn't really warm us up all that but brighter outside, high of 57. you want to warm up, look to
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the weekend, tomorrow looks awesome. few more clouds as the day goes on sunday not bad day. see shower in few spots, in the enough to cancel outdoor plans, monday looks great for halloween, little cool obviously for trick-or-treaters meisha, but not bad at all. >> not bad at all. katie, thank you so much. and then septa guys, lansdale doylestown delayed 30 minutes, car on tracks, county line road, hit up on that, plus fox chase shuttle bussing, due to weekend maintenance, another heads up on that, plus an accident a.c. expressway still out there. >> thanks, meisha. well, tis interesting or treat time. some young patients at chop getting little bit of both. >> we love. >> this thunder law of the harlem globetrotters showed off tricks with the kids yesterday. he also gave them treats including little basketballs. many of those young people won't be able to trick-or-treat this year. the globetrotters coming to town this march tickets go on sale tuesday. >> republican vp nominee mike pence gives first interview since his plane ran off the runway last night.
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